ABOUT US

WHO ARE WE?
We are Kedesh and Stacey Jerome, serving under Baptist Missions to Forgotten Peoples (BMFP) as missionaries in the French islands of the Caribbean since 2003, sent by Victory Baptist Church in Lodi Ohio.
The Lord has enabled us to lead many souls to Him. We have started two Independent Baptist churches in two of the French territories of he Caribbean where 95% of the population claims to be Roman Catholic and of whom spiritism and animism (voodoo) are widely practiced; 4% Hindu, and less than 0.2 % evangelical Christians cross denominational line. The total population is about half a million people. What a mission field!

Kedesh’s Personal Testimony
God knows my weakness, needs, and sinful nature, before I was born. He gave me as parents two of His faithful servants. I can attribute my decision to accept the Lord Jesus Christ as my personal Savior at the age of 6 to their examples and instructions.

The Lord called me as a missionary in the French Islands while I was in Bible College. Together with my wife Stacey, and our four children: Rachel, Priscilla, Joanna, and Kedesh Junior We are thankful towards God for what He has done and is doing through us in the French West Indies.

Stacey’s Personal Testimony
My name is Stacey Jerome and I was born on the island of St. Kitts BWI. I was saved at an early age. I was very active in church and at the age of eighteen I surrendered my life to the Lord and went on to Bible College at age nineteen where I met my husband Kedesh.

The Lord has pressed the French West Indies as a whole” upon his heart but at that time we were just dating. During that time I was praying for the Lord to give me peace in my heart about the French people and the whole idea about learning a new language just was not something I wanted to do but with the prayers of friends and family the Lord gave me the peace and love for the people there. We have spent 4 great years there and I am very grateful to God for the experience. Truly it has been a great learning experience.

Posted December 1, 2010 by Kedesh Jerome

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